oung Chinchilla boy cat rescued from horrific situation with 9 other cats – locked in a breeder’s shed, starved, neglected, covered in matted fur so severe that their skin was torn, filthy with poo and fleas. Skin and bones.

Has been clipped and skin treated, de-flea’d, neutered and full course of vacc, some of his group have been blood tested fiv felv as a sample of group all negative.  He is now chubby.  He is so much more loving.  Just trying to find a diet that suits his tummy.  Had a week of panacur to ensure no worms etc.  Such a sweet boy and adoring.

Fosterer has brought him around and he is now a very friendly boy and very tolerant. Great with other cats!

Adoption fee £395.

  1. Unless otherwise stated, our cats are strictly indoor only. This means that windows/doors cannot be left open in any room to which the cat has access. A cat cannot be trained to be indoor only – it must be supervised. All members of the house must be in agreement, and understand about keeping doors and windows closed. We are happy to re-home to a flat but, likewise, this means windows closed and no balcony access, unless the balcony is totally cat-proofed (netting all the way), same is true for roof terraces, so that they cannot drop to their death. 
  2. Unless otherwise stated, we do not re-home to children under 8 years old. If there is nothing stated to contrary, assume the cat cannot go to a child under eight. For other cats, please also bear in mind that some cats may also be found to be unsuitable, even for children over 8. WE DO NOT HOME WITH PEOPLE PLANNING CHILDREN, AS SO MANY CATS ARE GIVEN UP JUST BECAUSE CHILDREN ARRIVE OR CATS DEVELOP BEHAVIOURAL ISSUES AFTER BABIES ARRIVING 
  3. It is a requirement of our adoption policy that lifetime insurance is obtained and maintained for every cat adopted. We provide 5 weeks free insurance with every adoption, but the original policy may not suit you and as we are not financial advisors you should seek out the best and appropriate insurance to suit your own needs. 
  4. Most cats are in Greater London, Essex or Worcestershire (an hour from Birmingham), with some fostered further afield like Durham at times. See each listing for details – if not detailed it will be Greater London, London or Worcs. Cats cannot be adopted by public transport – you must be able to collect by car or get a taxi home from fosterers home (many get a lift or get a taxi home with cat and things). If you are happy with the above criteria and want to enquire further or reserve a cat, please email STRAWBERRYCATRESCUE@OUTLOOK.COM